[A case of spinal cord infarction caused by cervical disc herniation].


A 40-year-old previously healthy female was diagnosed with acute progressive paraparesis. Neurological examination revealed bilateral four-limb weakness predominant in the distal part of the upper limbs and superficial sensory impairment below the cervical region. T2-weighted image on MRI showed an area of hyperintensity in the gray matter of the cervical… (More)


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